List of John Benjamins publications for which Dirk Pijpops plays a role.
Lectal contamination: Evidence from corpora and from agent-based simulation International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 27:3, pp. 259–2902022
This paper presents evidence from both corpora and agent-based simulation for the effect of lectal contamination. By doing so, it shows how agent-based simulation can be used as a complementary technique to corpus research in the study of language variation. Lectal contamination is an effect… read more | Article
What is an alternation? Six answers The Wealth and Breadth of Construction-Based Research, Colleman, Timothy, Frank Brisard, Astrid De Wit, Renata Enghels, Nikos Koutsoukos, Tanja Mortelmans and María Sol Sansiñena (eds.), pp. 283–2942020
An important subset of the empirical research conducted within usage-based construction grammar is formed by alternation studies. Still, it is not always clear what exactly qualifies as an alternation. This paper takes stock of six possible ways of defining an alternation. Three of these… read more | Article
Constructional contamination in morphology and syntax: Four case studies Asymmetries, Mismatches and Construction Grammar, Koutsoukos, Nikos, Kristel Van Goethem and Hendrik De Smet (eds.), pp. 269–3052018
In every-day language use, two or more structurally unrelated constructions may occasionally give rise to strings that look very similar on the surface. As a result of this superficial resemblance, a subset of instances of one of these constructions may deviate in the probabilistic preference for… read more | Article
Jiyoung Yoon & Stefan Th. Gries (eds.). 2016. Corpus-based Approaches to Construction Grammar Verb Phrase and Fluid Construction Grammar, Steels, Luc and Katrien Beuls (eds.), pp. 329–3362017